09 Jan Inside Thomas Hammoudi’s Camera Bag
Source: Street Hunters
My name is Thomas Hammoudi, and I’m a 28yo street photographer (and also blogger) from France. I’ve started street photography two years ago, by shooting my everyday trip to work, from Rouen (in Normandy) to Paris. I started with a bulky reflex camera, quite discrete (thanks silent mode!) but very heavy, probably too much to be bear every day. So I change for a Canonet this summer, and the Fujifilm this winter. I don’t made any difference between my analog and my digital practice. The analog just appear to be quite limitative (you can’t change the ISO, speed is limited to 1/500th of a second), but except that, they’re pretty the same rangefinder cameras : You point, you shoot, no noises.
So, in the bag there is:
Thomas Hammoudi’s Camera Bag – Bag No. 145Contents: The bag itself, Billingham Hadley Pro Small. Exactly the size I need, no more, no less Fujifilm Xpro 2, with a 35mm F/2 WR mounted on it Fujifilm XF 23mm F/2 WR, my main lense for street photography 2 Hyperioncamera straps, best bang for the bucks. The Canonet QL GIII A spare HP5+ film. I don’t shoot a lot when I get out, so 1 in the camera, and one spare is enough. A empty film case, to keep the finished one in security. Closing: Thanks for reading me! Have a nice day, and keep shooting fellas. Link(s): Instagram: http://Instagram.com/Thomas_HMD Blog: http://thomashammoudi.com/blog
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